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PROGRAMME/TRAILERS: 5th Cairo Video Festival at Medrar

Beginning 25 September, and running for two weeks, the 5th Cairo Video Festival will present a large collection of experimental and video art from Egypt and around the world

Ahram Online, Sunday 22 Sep 2013
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Launching on Wednesday 25 September and running until 7 October, the 5th Cairo Video Festival will present a diverse collection of experimental film and video art from around the globe, at Medrar for Contemporary Art. 

The festival will consist of two major segments: screenings of experimental movies (25 September – 6 October) along with three exhibitions looping collections of video art (26 September – 7 October).

Films and videos included in the screenings last from a few minutes to over quarter of an hour each.

Medrar's address: 7 Gamal El-Din Abou El-Mahasen Street, First Floor, Apartment 4, Garden City, Cairo, Egypt,

Check the below programme for details regarding the screenings and three exhibitions.


SCREENINGS:

Wednesday 25 September 2013

7pm:

Culebra Jr by Daniela Delgado Viteri - Equador, 2013
Hermeneutics by Alexei Dmitriev - Russia, 2012
Volkspark by Kuesti Fraun – Germany, 2011
The Voice of God by Bernd Luetzeler – Germany, 2011
The Artist by Verica Kovacevska - Macedonia / Switzerland, 2013
My Girl: A Case Study by Nathania Rubin – USA, 2010
SEMALU by Jimmy Hendrickx – Belgium, 2011
Sequence Error by George Drivas – Greece, 2011
Vorfreude by Charbel Kamel – Lebanon, 2013
There are good things in the things that exist by Adrian Regnier – Mexico, 2013

8:30pm:

Luminaris by Juan Pablo Zaramella – Spain, 2011
Linear by Amir Admoni – Spain/Brasil, 2012 (below)
El Ruido Del Mundo by Coke Rioboo – Spain, 2013


 

Thursday 26 September 2013

7pm: 

The Line Four Project by Minna Langstrom – Finland, 2012
Untitled I by Tobi Ayedadjou – Benin, 2012
Tears of Inge by Alisi Telengut – Canada, 2013
The Third Thing by Mohamed Abdelkarim – Egypt, 2012
Deja-Vu by Jean-Guillaume Bastien – Canada, 2012
Was Being Moved? by Ye Mimi – Taiwan, 2012

8pm 

Screening and talk by the artist Hala Elkoussy, Egypt

Saturday 28 September 2013

7pm:

Hex Suffice Cache Ten by Thorsten Fleisch – Germany, 2012
Campus by Christoph Oertli – Switzerland, 2013
Ghostly by Maxime Corbeil-Perron – Canada, 2013
The Stash by Stuart Elliott – Scotland, 2013
Simple #13 by Peter Whittenberger – USA, 2013
Super-Tunisian by Moufida Fedhila – Tunisia, 2011 (below)
Include Me Out of the partisans manifesto by Alan Phelan – Ireland, 2012
Moroccan Anthem by Younes Baba-Ali – Morocco, 2013
Televendita by Younes Baba-Ali – Morocco, 2012

8:45pm

Versions by Oliver Laric – Austria, 2012
Natural Beauty by Lernert & Sander – Netherlands, 2011
Elektrotechnique by Lernert & Sander – Netherlands, 2011
Short History of Abandoned Scenes  by Ra di Martino – Italy, 2012
Moving Scenes by Nicolas Provost – Belgium, 2011
Tokyo Giants by Nicolas Provost – Belgium, 2012
Insight by Sebastian Diaz Morales – Argentina, 2012
Der Doppelgänger by Bernard Gigounon – Belgium, 2012
People's passion, lifestyle beautiful wine, gigantic glass towers, all surrounded by water by Neïl Beloufa – Canada, 2011
20Hz by Semiconductor – UK, 2011

 

Sunday 29 September 2013

7pm

The Balcony by Andrea Márquez - Argentina, 2012
Reverie by Valentin Gagarin - Germany, 2012 (below)
Innocent Still by Stefan Baltensperger - Switzerland, 2011
Un mar de lágrimas by Blanca Giménez - Spain, 2011
Summits by Mohamed Khalel - Palestine, 2013
A recipe for making cameraless computational video - American Style by Jolene Mok - Hong Kong, 2012
Salguod Selyorb by Jolene Mok - Hong Kong, 2012
Nature, Culture, Architecture by Yuki Akiyama - Japan, 2012
Haiku Time by Lisi Prada - Spain, 2012

 

Monday 30 September 2013

7pm

Huevo De Artista by Oscar Salamanca - Colombia, 2013
Epistolary Fusillades by David Finkelstein - USA, 2011
The Trivial Pursuit of Modernism by Phil Woodward - UK, 2013
Panic Room by Yuk-Yiu IP - Hong Kong, 2011
Another Day of Depression in Kowloon by Yuk-Yiu IP - Hong Kong, 2012
Konstön (Art island) by Felice Hapetzeder - Sweden, 2013
Pavement Popsicles by Tom Bogaert - Switzerland, 2011
A Journey to Ramallah by Alaa Abo Asaad - Palestine, 2013
Boredom by Henry Gwiazda - United States, 2010
Abaddon by Francesca Lolli - Italy, 2012
Be Friends: Costume Love Story by Yuki Akiyama - Japan, 2012
Homeless Colors by Samar Elbarawy, Salma Badawy, Margeurite Reinert, Maelys Rebuttini - Egypt, France, 2013

Tuesday 1 October 2013

7pm 

País en vías de Desarrollo/Developing Nation by Jorge Catoni- Chile, 2013
Tengri by Alisi Telengut – Canada, 2012
A fine spring day by Yangbin Park - South Korea, 2013
ZIBIDI by Nart Zeqiraj – Kosovo, 2012
Proletariat Dance by Bill Aitchison – UK, 2012
Raffael's way by Alessandro Falco – Italy, 2013
Magical Garden by Sandrine Deumier – France, 2012
A442Hz by Sameh Al Tawil – Egypt, 2013 (below)
Weapons of Mass Destruction by Payal Kapadia – India, 2012
In a Form by Sigrid Langrehr – Austria, 2011
FAR WEST by Jimmy Hendrickx – Belgium, 2013
A Place where life was captured by Arjen De Leeuw – Netherlands, 2011

 

Wednesday 2 October 2013

7pm

Lost Horizons by Arnaud Khayadjanian – France, 2012
The Silk Silence of the Wild Cotton Candy by Nina Caspari – Germany, 2012
The Body Spring by Ali Ayal – Iraq, 2013
The White Coat Phenomenon by Kristin Reeves – USA, 2012
Transit Zone by Santiago Parres – Spain, 2012
The silver wolf  by Daniel Nicolae Djamo – Romania, 2013
China at Work by Jan De Bruin – Netherlands, 2012
Silent Empress by Sophie Ernst – Netherlands, 2012
Untitled (Broniow Song) by Alicja Rogalska – Poland, 2011
Look Inside The Ghost Machine by Péter Lichter Hungary, 2012
For Dust You Are by Alexander Svartvatten – Sweden, 2011
On Questioning by Sarah Salem – Egypt, 2013

Thursday 3 October 2013

7pm: 

Cheek by Akram Al Halabi – Vienna / Golan-heights, 2013
Evolution by Georg Jungermann – Germany, 2011 (below)
The Gift that Keeps on Giving by Jeff Colburn - United States, 2013
Five Fragments of the Extinct Empathy by Anna Nykyri – Finland, 2011
Loob / Sarili (Interior) by Ramon Nino Raquid – Philippines, 2011
The choir by Marc Antonio Lunardi – Italy, 2013

8pm

Midnight Wind by Nicolas Fidala – Canada, 2012
Chairs Missing by Bea De Visser – Netherland, 2011
Combustion by Renaud Hallée – Canada, 2011
La Ronde / Ring around the rosie by Vincent Ducarne – France, 2011
Joda by Théodore Ushev – Canada, 2012
Myopia by Bettina Hoffmann – Canada, 2011
Postface by Frédéric Moffet – Canada, 2011

 

Saturday 5 October 2013

7pm

Ollie by Stuart Elliott – Scotland, 2012
All Inclusive by Beate Hecher/ Markus Keim – Austria, 2012
Scarves by Fatima Fakih / Owen Eric Wood - Canada, 2012 (below)
Infectious by Henry Gwiazda - United States, 2010 
My Homelands by Rusaila Bazlamit – Australia, 2013
Dream House by Mandy Williams – England, 2013
Phrases by Benjamin Balcom – USA, 2013
Marcha by Rodrigo Valenzuela – USA, 2012
Diamond Box by Rodrigo Valenzuela – USA, 2012
Fallingame by Fiona Robertson – Scotland, 2013

8pm

Going Somewhere? By Shachindra Kumar Dass – Finland, 2012
Dormitorium by Tuomas Aleksander Laitinen – Finland, 2013
Scene Shifts in six movements by Jani Ruscica – Finland, 2012
Suddenly Last Summer by Juha Maki-Jussila – Finland, 2013
Embarkation by Sini Pelkki – Finland, 2012
Archipelago Science Fiction by Tellervo Kalleinen & Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen – Finland, 2012
In Memoriam by Niina Suominen – Finland, 2013
Solitude in year zero by Jan Ijäs – Finland, 2012
Coriolis by Milja Viita – Finland, 2013



 

Sunday 6 October 2013

7pm:

Happy Dance by Crisanta Deguzman - United States, 2013 
Momentum by Naïmé Perrette – France, 2012
Un.reality by Sandrine Deumier – France, 2012
She Loves Himself More by Der-Lu Chan – Taiwan, 2010 
Kenbeken by Ezra Wube - Ethiopia/USA, 2013
Yuki and the Mountains by Yuki Akiyama – Japan, 2012
Relic by Alessandro Sau – Italy, 2012 (below)
All the dreams by Agnes Ida Pettersen – Norway, 2013
The Sea [is still] Around Us by Hope Tucker – USA, 2012

8pm:

Butterfly's effect by Anssi Kasitonni – Finland, 2012
The Forest is young and full of life by Jaana Kokko – Finland, 2013 
Small Heroes by Tommi Matikka – Finland, 2013
Platoon by Outi Sunila – Finland, 2012 
Broad Sense by Pilvi Takala – Finland, 2012
Rigid Regime by Erkka Nissinen – Finland, 2012
Tower of Invincibility by Ulu Braun – Finland, 2012



Monday 6 October 2013

7 pm

Video Project "Egypt X Berlin"
Initiated by Semmel Concerts in cooperation with BTK Berlin and Khaled Hafez 

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EXHIBITIONS: LOOP videos:

Exhibition 1, from 26 to 29 September

King Lost His Tooth by Gheith Al-Amine – Lebanon, 2012
While attempting to balance by Ellen Roed – Norway, 2012
The longest journey begins with a single step by Jean-Philippe Paumier – Netherlands, 2012
Oloc Boloc by Shon Kim - S. Korea, 2013
100 Songtitles by Bjorn Drenkwitz – Germany, 2012
Suspension by Nuno Cera – Portugal, 2012
Develop / Movement nº 1 by David Rodríguez Gimeno – Spain, 2011
Tape loading error by Sandra Araújo – Portugal, 2012
Pow Pow Pow Swag by Sandra Araújo – Portugal, 2013
SONG N°15, N°18, N°20, by Céline Trouillet – France, 2012

Exhibition 2, From 30 September to 3 October

In Between by Jennifer Steensma Hoag - United States, 2012
Hidden Cities by Katja Pratschke/ Gusztav Hamos – Germany, 2012
The Game by Tahir Ün – Turkey, 2013
Person #21 by Karin Felbermayr – Germany, 2011
Ved'ma by Cornelia Eichhorn – France, 2012
Lenin’s Lamp Glows in the Peasant’s Hut by Lina Selander – Sweden, 2011
Chickocracy by Dahlia Refaat – Egypt, 2012
Greek Crisis Lexicon by Yiorgos Nalpantidis – Greece, 2012
Pedagogy by Pau Faus – Spain, 2012

Exhibition 3, From 4 to 7 October

Mémoire # 2 by Badr El Hammami – France, 2012
Do-Mystic Uni-Verse by Walid Elsawi – Egypt, 2012
Sound from the Hallways by Lasse Lau – Denmark, 2012
When I Stop Looking by Todd Herman – USA, 2013
Intimate Strangers (Confidences Trop Initmes) 9, 12, 14 by Ayano Hattori - Japan/HK/Singapore, 2013
Success by Elizabeth Skadden – USA, 2013
Anfortas by Carolyn Radlo – USA, 2012
Propaganda 1 by Louis Fried – Germany, 2010

 

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